Erin Celletti

Erin Celletti

The Knot Contributor
  • Erin is a freelance contributor to The Knot and loves creating lifestyle, travel, beauty, relationships and commerce content.
  • In addition to writing for The Knot, Erin contributes to a wide range of publications including The Everygirl, The Everymom, Scary Mommy, Romper, Bustle and Brides.
  • Erin lives just outside of New York City, has a Bachelor's degree in Journalism and two Master’s degrees in Education and Administration.

Now with a decade of experience in creating content, telling stories and sharing the best products, Erin grew up daydreaming of becoming a magazine editor in New York City. Think: Devil Wears Prada meets 13 Going on 30, combined with a bit of How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days.

After a few course corrections and a long stint in education, she began freelancing at some of the top media outlets and is now proudly a full-time freelance writer, specializing in lifestyle and commerce content.

When she isn’t writing, Erin can be found trying to keep up with her kindergartner’s social calendar, experimenting with the latest skincare and beauty trends, or traveling. She has an uncanny ability to always find time for a nap and operates best amongst chaos while highly caffeinated.


Erin first entered the bridal and wedding editorial industry in 2015 when she began contributing at Brides, happily reliving the details of her own wedding on the daily.

As her career grew, Erin began contributing to additional sites and publications, including Teen Vogue, Bustle, Byrdie, Allure, Scary Mommy, Romper, The Everygirl, The Everymom, Woman’s World and Through this experience, she also developed an interest and strong skillset in commerce, shopping and branded content writing, helping brands reach new audiences through an authentic voice and first-person product testing. (Need a product rec? She’s got 20.)


Erin is a graduate of Quinnipiac University where she majored in Journalism and minored in Political Science. She also has Master’s degrees from Wagner College and St. John’s University in Special Education and Administration.